Police released yesterday the names of two women and two men slain by gunfire in three incidents on Father's Day that left seven others wounded.

A fifth shooting death, involving a teenager, was accidental, police said.

Police charged Marvin Nesmith, 55, of the 2200 block of Wanamaker Street in the Overbrook section, with two counts of murder in the shooting death of his wife, 55-year-old Renee Farrow Nesmith, and of 31-year-old Rafeea Parker of the 500 block of Jackson Street.

The women were shot about 7:30 p.m. Sunday, and Nesmith was found shortly afterward near the couple's home.

About 9:20 p.m., 55-year-old Harry Cummings was found shot twice in the abdomen on the 100 block of West Westmoreland Street in North Philadelphia.

Cummings, of the 3300 block of North Second Street, was pronounced dead at Temple University Hospital less than a half-hour later.

A second person, who was in stable condition after being shot in the head, was also taken to Temple, police spokeswoman Christine O'Brien said.

A man was found badly beaten near Front and Ontario Streets and taken to Temple as well. O'Brien could not confirm reports that the man was attacked by people who suspected him of shooting Cummings, and he had not been charged in connection with the slaying.

Earlier Sunday, a man opened fire inside La Quinta Restaurant & Bar at Fifth and Courtland Streets, killing Damien Aguilar, 35, of the 4000 block of North Eighth Street, police said.

Four men and a woman were taken to area hospitals for gunshot wounds in the 1 a.m. incident, and another woman was grazed. There was no word on a suspect or a motive for the shootings.

At 8:24 p.m. Sunday, a 17-year-old boy was pronounced dead of a gunshot wound to the head in the 6200 block of North Smedley Street in the Ogontz section.

Because the case was an accident and the victim was a juvenile, his name will not be released, police said.

Contact staff writer Allison Steele at 215-854-2641 or asteele@phillynews.com.